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All images on my website are no longer showing

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  • Andrew

    You can leave it with the new name so it's not taking affect and you will have it as backup if you notice some issues and then you can always just rename it back as it was. Enjoy.

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  • Rémi Dechamplain

    Thank you again and good day.

     

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  • Andrew

    Do you have root access on the server?

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  • Rémi Dechamplain

    I'm not sure, if root access mean "/home/remi" 

    and i'm on the Cpanel tools page.   

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  • cPRex Jurassic Moderator

    You don't have root access to the machine, but there are still some tests you can perform.  Can you access an image directly in the browser if you visit its URL?

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  • Rémi Dechamplain

    No if i try i have this : 

    "Forbidden
    You don't have permission to access this resource.

    Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."




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  • Andrew

    Can you try to disable .htaccess file by renaming the file temporarily? You can do it using File Manager or via FTP. It should be under "/home/remi/public_html/"

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  • Rémi Dechamplain

    Good, its seem this action repare my problem, thank you Andrew.

    I leave the .htaccess file with the new name or i rename as his original ?  

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